Monthly Archives: October 2011

Shameful Washington Circus Leads to Doctors’ Arrests

It is difficult to imagine a greater waste of time by the Attorney General of the United States than Friday’s circus here in Tampa. As a law firm representing one of the accused doctors, we are stunned at what appears … Continue reading

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Another Example of the Trend of Tougher Sentences in White Collar crimes

Today the New York Times reported an 11 year prison sentence for convicted insider trader, Raj Rajaratman, which according to the Times is “the longest prison sentence ever for insider trading.” In handing down the stiff sentence, Judge Richard Howell … Continue reading

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Calculating Loss in a Mortgage Fraud Case – I Still Think I’m Right

I know I have lost the argument that in a mortgage fraud case, calculating the “actual loss” under the federal sentencing guidelines should include a reasonably foreseeable analysis, but it makes me feel better to continue to beat the drum … Continue reading

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